PROJ 2 DRAFT 1 - Spring 2008 To Ms Sadre-Orafai and peers...

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Spring 2008 Tankesley Engl 1102-H2 To: Ms. Sadre-Orafai and peers From: Lauren Tankesley Date: February 18, 2008 Subject: Project 2 Draft 1 In advance, thank you for taking your time to read my essay. First I would like to state that I quite literally wrote this paper in one hour, so I believe there are many mistakes in arrangement of ideas, and many of those ideas are probably irrelevant to my point. Please look out for such things and let me know what you find. Second, please help me look for mistakes in tense, as I flip flopped quite readily. This was probably because I am evaluating an argument of an argument, so the tenses threw me off pretty bad. Again, thank you for your time, and I look forward to reading your essay!
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Spring 2008 Tankesley Engl 1102-H2 There are very few defenders of sweatshops and third world labor, but there are those who support it fully and even say that it is a reputable source of development in third world countries. Nicholas Kristof, a notable columnist in The New York Times, is one of those people, and in the article “Defending Sweatshops,” the author Richard Rothstein evaluates Kristof almost as thoroughly and harshly as the toughest movie critic. Rothstein presents a good argument in some aspects by explaining his reasoning in
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